Book Review: The Book of Boundaries

By Melissa Urban

Pages: 368
Genre: Self Help, Personal Development, Mental Health
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I’ve been a fan of Melissa Urban since her “It Starts With Food” days, and from when I did my first Whole30 all the way back in July 2013.

If you have ever done the Whole30 program you’ll be familiar with the limits that you set around food and alcohol.

So when I discovered that Melissa had written a book of boundaries, that covers all aspects of your life, I knew I had to read it.

Known as the “Boundary Lady” on social media, Melissa will give you the tools that you need to set boundaries in all areas of your life.

The main takeaway is that

clear is kind

Brene Brown

Boundaries are a limit that you are not willing to cross. They are there to protect you and your mental health.

From work, family, neighbours, friends and even yourself, Melissa will give you the tools “Scripts” using a traffic light system of green, yellow and red.

The scripts are easy to follow and you can choose which traffic light to choose in any given situation.

Have a highlighter and tabs ready as you will be making lots of annotations along the way. This will be a book that you will keep coming back to.

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